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Trenton Gives Lafayette A Scare, But Comes Up Short In The End

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold McKinley Hurley drives around a Lafayette defender during the Lady Bulldogs’ 40-33 loss on Saturday night at NCMC High School Holiday Hoops. Hurley led Trenton in the loss with 14 points and four rebounds.

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McKinley Hurley drives around a Lafayette defender during the Lady Bulldogs’ 40-33 loss on Saturday night at NCMC High School Holiday Hoops. Hurley led Trenton in the loss with 14 points and four rebounds.

The Trenton Lady Bulldogs nearly picked up a big time statement win on Saturday night at North Central Missouri College’s High

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NCMC Holiday Hoops Scoreboard 12-22-14

Saturday, Dec. 20 -
Gallatin Girls 48,
Plattsburg Girls 39
Gallatin Boys 55,
Plattsburg Boys 40
Lafayette Girls 40,
Trenton 33

Monday, Dec. 22 –
Early games -

9 a.m. – Keytesville vs. North Harrison girls
10:30 a.m. – Keytesville vs. North Harrison boys
12:00 p.m. – Putnam County vs. Polo girls
1:30 p.m. – Putnam County vs. Polo boys

Late Games -
4:00

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Mercer Girls Win Sixth-Straight HDC Tournament

For the sixth year in a row, the Mercer Lady Cardinals are the HDC Conference Tournament champions. Mercer scored its sixth-straight title with an exclamation point, handing host-school Pattonsburg a 45-33 loss in the championship game. Mercer’s boys, meanwhile, just missed a title of their own, falling to top-seeded Winston 54-47 in overtime.
Lady Cardinals
The Mercer girls scuffled a bit early with the host-Lady Panthers. Mercer led just 16-13,

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Gilman Girls, Grundy Boys Drop Third-Place Contests

Thursday in Pattonsburg was third-place night at the HDC Conference Tournament. The Gilman City Lady Hawks and Grundy R-5 Panthers were both in action, looking for trophies, but neither team could pick up a win in the end. The Lady Hawks fell 43-35 to North Harrison and the Panthers were defeated 45-40 by host-school Pattonsburg.
Lady Hawks
The Gilman girls found points tough to come by against North Harrison. Despite

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Successful Habitat Improvement

By Jeff Berti
Landowners play a very important role in the production of wildlife. Over 90 percent of the state of Missouri is privately owned and 10 percent is owned by state and federal agencies, such as the Department of Natural Resources, Corps of Engineers, Fish and Wildlife Service, and the Department of Conservation. Although much of the 10 percent is intensively managed for wildlife benefit, it is not enough

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Mercer Teams Advance To Title Games

Four area basketball teams were in action Wednesday on semifinal night at the HDC Conference Tournament in Pattonsburg. The Mercer boys and girls both punched their tickets to Saturday’s finals while the Grundy R-5 boys and Gilman City girls were relegated to third-place match-ups.
The Mercer boys advanced by handing Grundy R-5 its loss by a final score of 66-36. The Mercer girls, meanwhile, advanced with a 48-13 win over

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Trenton Activities Postponed

All Trenton High School and Middle School activities scheduled for tonight have been postponed or cancelled due to weather conditions.
Trenton’s varsity basketball teams were scheduled to be at home, hosting Gallatin, while the wrestling team was to be in triangular action with Plattsburg and Lathrop in Kansas City. Trenton’s middle school basketball teams were scheduled to travel to Marceline for A games only.
Possible make-up dates for these contests

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Terry Herrin Wins Power Points

Terry Herrin of Trenton was the local winner of the Power Points contest, collecting 127 points. For that score, Herrin wins the $30 local prize. On the national level, John Krajicek of Salina, KS took home the grand prize after a near-perfect score of 135 points.
Local sponsors of the weekly Power Points contest include Hy-Vee, ServeLink, Farmers Bank of Northern Missouri, Barnes-Baker, T&L Auto, Chumbley’s and TNT Convenience.

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Freshmen Split Home Contests

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Claire Utley dribbles down the sideline during the Trenton freshman girls’ 37-15 win over Cameron on Tuesday night. Utley led the Lady Bulldogs with 14 points in the game.

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Claire Utley dribbles down the sideline during the Trenton freshman girls’ 37-15 win over Cameron on Tuesday night. Utley led the Lady Bulldogs with 14 points in the game.

The Trenton High School freshman basketball teams were on their home court on Tuesday night in Trenton, taking on the Cameron freshmen. Trenton’s girls team scored a 37-15 victory, but the Bulldogs were defeated in the boys’ game,

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